VW unveiled Beetle Cabriolet Karmann Edition at 2014 AMI Show

Article by Christian A., on June 3, 2014

Volkswagen has unveiled its Beetle Cabriolet Karmann special model at the AMI show in Germany. The special model pays tribute to German body maker Karmann, which was responsible for building many Beetle Cabriolet cars for Volkswagen between 1949 and 1980.

The Beetle Cabriolet Karmann boasts of external features like 18-inch "Disc" design wheels with chrome caps, sport seats and leather-trimmed steering wheel,and aluminum pedals. The special model also features a dash pad with Beetle look in matt aluminum.

The model features an electric top in a new color -- Sioux Brown -- both inside and outside. It also comes with a color coordinated tarpaulin that could be matched with seven different exterior body paints.

The Beetle Cabriolet Karmann is based on the "Design" equipment line, and features a wind deflector as well as the Park Pilot parking distance monitor. Interest buyers could start ordering their Beetle Cabriolet Karmann -- any engine-gearbox combo – in July.

VW has also unveiled its Beetle Dune near-production concept at the AMI show, which, presenting everything possible in the car.

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